Note: The steps mentioned below are applicable to Windows Media player only.
As of now, I would suggest you to try the steps mentioned below.
Make sure “Drop frames to keep audio and video synchronized”
a. Open Windows Media Player.
b. Click on Tools and then on Options
c. Switch to Performance tab.
d. Ensure that a check is next to the "Drop frames to keep audio and video synchronized" and "Turn on DirectX Video Acceleration for WMV files" options.
e. Click "Apply" and click "OK."
Restart Windows Media Player and open a video file. Ensure that the audio and video are in sync.
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